A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales. Sarah Orne JEWETT.
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales
A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales

A NATIVE OF WINBY and Other Tales

Boston and New York: Riverside Press for Houghton, Mifflin, 1893. 12mo (7.2 in, 18.3 cm). (viii), [1] 2-309 [blank] [2 ad] pp.

First edition: Author and naturalist, Sarah Orne Jewett (1849-1909) belonged to a community of women artists and corresponded with authors including Harriet Beecher Stowe and Willa Cather. Jewett's "Boston marriage" to Annie Fields lasted 30 years. Annie Fields ran a successful literary salon for women writers. Sarah Orne Jewett's novels and short stories focused on women whether strong, isolated, or self-reliant. - Blain, Feminist Companion.

BAL 10902. ANB. bindings.lib.ua edu. Jewett collaborated with her lifelong friend, Sarah Wyman Whitman, one of the first professional bookbinders in America whose style was influenced by Art Nouveau. Publisher's green cloth with gilt-lettered spine and gilt-paneled and decorated upper board. Maroon-coated endpapers. 1 of 2,000 copies. Spine lightly mottled. Well-preserved, tight, and clean first edition. Very good+. Item #1152

First edition.

Price: $250.00

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